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General Chat Thread, Headphones for the Gym in General; I'm sick to the teeth of my normal 'in ear' headphones falling out constantly when I'm down the gym! I'm ...
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    Headphones for the Gym

    I'm sick to the teeth of my normal 'in ear' headphones falling out constantly when I'm down the gym! I'm therefore looking for a suitable set that will stay firmly in/on when on when using the gym. Any suggestions welcome!

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    'in-ear', do you mean an earbud style or proper silicone flanged iem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeast View Post
    'in-ear', do you mean an earbud style or proper silicone flanged iem?
    My current ones are the ear bud style headphones.

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    Man up...

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    I use these, pretty solid in getting stuck in your ears

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-SHQ1...ive+headphones

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    This will help.

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    I've had these now for 2 years and they are great. The addition of Bluetooth means no pesty cables annoying me as I run.

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    i use the good old wrap cable around the ear followed by a strip of tape (ice hockey stick tape) that stays in place all the time and i dont have any saggy cable

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    The way I do it is not go to the gym

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    Has anyone tried bone conductive headphones? Something like the Chilli Air?
    I'm keen to try these for my bike commute, but no shops seem to stock them. I'd rather not gamble fifty groats on something that might be awful.
    Last edited by jinnantonnixx; 8th January 2014 at 11:17 AM.

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    I think a change to something with a silicone flange would probably help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeast View Post
    'in-ear', do you mean an earbud style or proper silicone flanged iem?
    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeast View Post
    I think a change to something with a silicone flange would probably help
    //snigger!

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